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abide by a decision

To accept, follow, and comply with a decision, especially that which is handed down by a judge. Though it stings my dignity, I have to abide by the court's decision to not allow me to drive a car for the next 12 months.
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landmark decision

A legal decision that sets a precedent for how similar cases are to be resolved in the future. Review that landmark decision—it should help us to build our case.
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make a decision

To decide; to choose something. What do you want for dinner? I need you to make a decision so that I can start cooking.
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eleventh-hour decision

A decision made at the last possible moment or opportunity. I was shocked that they reached an eleventh-hour decision after weeks of squabbling.
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a snap decision

A decision made hastily, recklessly, or without careful consideration. The company enjoyed huge success in the 90s, but a series of snap decisions backfired on them, leading them to the brink of bankruptcy. The officer made the snap decision to take the unresponsive child into his patrol car and rush her to the hospital himself.
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arrive at a decision

 and reach a decision
to make a decision; decide. Have you arrived at a decision yet? We will reach a decision tomorrow.
See also: arrive, decision

eleventh-hour decision

Fig. a decision made very late in a process, or at the last possible moment. Eleventh-hour decisions are seldom satisfactory. The president's eleventh-hour decision was made in a great hurry, but it turned out to be correct.
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LiquidCredit for Telecom is the leading application decisioning solution in the telecom industry.
By automating the decisioning process and managing the workflow for processing applications, Capstone Decision Manager enhances decisioning efficiency, accuracy, and consistency.
Its powerful suite of real-time decision platforms and predictive business solutions allows firms to automate new account decisioning, optimize marketing efforts, detect fraud, predict profitability, and manage the customer lifecycle.
The new service integrates LiquidCredit(TM), Fair, Isaac's Web-based credit decisioning solution, into Japan's largest network service, which is provided by Fujitsu FIP.
The service has been widely adopted by lenders who seek instant, cost-effective and highly reliable decisioning for a range of consumer credit products.
We expect this new Web-enabled service to provide significant value to Japanese lenders who seek more precise, real-time decisioning support.
Fair, Isaac Decision System(TM) provides the software and scoring models to deliver the decisioning within the Web-based solution.
Combining the strength of Fair, Isaac's analytics and decision technology and Baker Hill's end-to-end processing functionality, the new offering will provide a Web-enabled small business credit decisioning solution previously unavailable in the industry.
This expanded alliance between our two companies bridges the decisioning power of LiquidCredit with the processing functionality of Bank2Business.
This partnership is another great extension of our LiquidCredit offering and further establishes Fair, Isaac's powerful analytics and decision technology as an integral part of credit decisioning on the Web," continued Kassarjian.